Thursday, July 29, 2010

John Kerry's Dog

John Kerry's Dog

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Axelrod Promotes ‘Don’t Go Back’
 Message Among Senate Democrats

By Emily Pierce
Roll Call Staff
July 29, 2010, 3:46 p.m.

White House senior adviser David Axelrod sought Thursday to rally Senate Democrats around a message strategy of reminding voters of their distaste for Republican rule and the need to give the majority another chance.

The smell of fear smells pretty bad.

Animials and varmits

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a South Texas stock water tank

Boned Jello


Christie Keeps on Coming

NJ Gov. Chris Christie on "Morning Joe"

Andrew Ross Sorkin: How do you do this in other states? How do you make this politically palatable? And you have a spine, but I've got to tell you, a lot of other politicians don't.

Christie: Well, they better get one because the times demand it. And if what you're going to do is just play the same old game and not speak directly to people and not treat them like adults, then you are bound for failure. Listen, all I'm doing is speaking the truth as I see it, and other people have to make their own judgments.

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I have on these pages expressed my belief that there will, someday soon, be a cable channel dedicated to every subject imaginable. Things like,  The Blueberry Cobbler Channel; People who attended Canty Elementary School  Channel;  Toe Clipper Channel, etc.  The Internets are leading the way.
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The killer called New York Times

The New York Times Cover Up
If there was a rule of law extant ... .
This Bud's for You
The New York Times, as a price for getting advance access to the documents, sat for weeks on the most explosive revelation of all: Namely, that WikiLeaks was poised to publish material that held the potential to cost the lives of hundreds of people. 

Does that make the Times complicit? If the Times had reported the news despite whatever promises it made to WikiLeaks, could the terrible outcome have been averted?

In the famous 1931 Supreme Court case of Near v. Minnesota, the Supreme Court ruled that prior restraints of the press, not withstanding the strictures of the First Amendment, were permissible in some extreme circumstances.  “No one would question but that a government might prevent . . . publication of the sailing dates of transports or the number and location of troops.” There is no issue of prior restraint in this WikiLeaks episode; a restraining order against the foreign-based WikiLeaks organization by an American court would have been impossible to enforce. 

Slow Stuff

Human Interface Here Boss

Every video I post here of a sudden plays in fits and starts. Are you experiencing the same problems?  There are so many "entities" now involved in "protecting" me from goblins that I almost feel like turning all these Avasts,Zone Alarms and what-nots off.

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Doug M's comment:
You ever see a shark’s eyes. They have lifeless eyes, like a doll’s eyes. Until they bite you, and the eyes roll over.